Archive for June, 2010

Suzanne Austin named Interim Executive Director

posted on June 25th, 2010

The Institute for Civic Leadership has named Suzanne Austin as its Interim Executive Director.

ICL Leadership Intensive Rho Class graduates

posted on June 24th, 2010

ICL marked the graduation of 33 members of its nine-month ICL Leadership Intensive with a recognition celebration in Portland Wednesday.

ICL Executive Director search opened

posted on June 18th, 2010

The Board of Directors of the Institute for Civic Leadership is actively seeking a new Executive Director to lead the organization

Moving ICL forward: A letter from ICL’s Executive Director

posted on June 17th, 2010

There are some other noteworthy changes underway here at ICL. Moving forward we will be focusing more intently on our core mission: training, developing and supporting Maine leaders, firmly believing that doing so improves not only leaders but our organizations and communities as well.

Engaging emerging leaders in nonprofit governance focus of Portland based pilot program

posted on June 15th, 2010

Applications are now being accepted for an innovative pilot program that will prepare and launch 25 of Maine’s young emerging leaders to governance roles on nonprofit boards and committees.

ICL to Launch New Website/Alumni Portal

posted on June 14th, 2010

Created by the Westbrook-based VONT Web Marketing -the web-marketing subsidiary of ICL’s longtime marketing partner Ethos Marketing and Design-the colorful new lift360.org (see home page screenshot above) better reflects ICL’s voice and its work in moving Maine forward, seen through case studies and testimonials showcased around the site.

Scott Simons Architects: Building Community

posted on June 1st, 2010

Scott Simons can walk through a building before the foundation is poured. As founder of Portland-based Scott Simons Architects, the critical challenge of his work is

Coastal Studies for Girls: A Coastal Connection

posted on June 1st, 2010

NEED ICL alumna Pam Erickson wanted to fulfill a unique niche for 14 and 15 year-old girls who have a passion for science. She wanted to give these young